Methods and Criteria of Reasoning: An Inquiry into the Structure of Controversy

Review of Metaphysics 11 (3):513-513 (1958)
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This work, written well within the tradition of contemporary British analysis, attempts to cope with the question of why most philosophical problems, as well as many problems concerning the foundations of the sciences, have not yet been laid to rest. The author holds that most of these problems could be disposed of simply by stating the problem in such a way as would clearly indicate the means or lack of means by which the statement could be tested. --W. S. L.



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